Gwen Stefani and country star Blake Shelton have been together since late 2015, their relationship inspiring much of Gwen’s last solo album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like. They’ve recorded two songs together already: “Go Ahead And Break My Heart (appearing on Blake’s album, If I’m Honest) in 2016 and “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” (from Gwen’s holiday album of the same name) in 2017. Now the couple have another duet: “Nobody But You,” from Blake’s new hits compilation, Fully Loaded: God’s Country.
“Nobody But You” opens with chiming guitars on the mid-tempo ballad, Blake kicking off the verse with rejections of leaving his town – and girl – behind. Gwen joins him in making their professions of love clear and choosing to stay together. It crashes into a big chorus, Gwen and Blake both affirming they don’t want to live without each other. The second half of the chorus moves lower, giving their words weight and meaning. Gwen with Blake throughout the second verse and following choruses, making it a true duet.
Listen to “Nobody But You” below:
You can stream or download “Nobody But You” from all the major music providers here. It also appears on Blake Shelton’s new compilation album, Fully Loaded: God’s Country, available now.
More From Gwen
Although Gwen released a holiday album in 2017 – then re-released You Make It Feel Like Christmas in 2018 with five more songs – it’s been nearly four years since her last studio album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like. There’s been no word yet on if and when Gwen will record another solo album, let alone if she and No Doubt will ever reunite. While some new song titles allegedly appeared online, we’ve seen no confirmation of any new recording recently. But with luck, perhaps 2020 will bring more music from Gwen Stefani – whether solo or with the band.
Enjoy “Nobody But You,” and stay tuned for all the latest music news.
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